Myanmar workers advised against carrying banned items for national image

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One hundred and forty-eight Myanmar workers from Yangon at Incheon Airport in S Korea.

The Government Overseas Employment Agency has once again emphasized the importance for Myanmar citizens working in Korea under the Employment Permit System (EPS) to refrain from carrying prohibited items. Despite prior notifications to EPS workers entering the Republic of Korea, instances of individuals bringing banned items to Incheon Airport have been observed on 14 December.
The agency reported that some re-entry workers were found carrying prohibited items into Incheon Airport, resulting in the confiscation of these items and imposition of fines. In light of these incidents, workers are reminded to avoid carrying prohibited objects at the airport to safeguard Myanmar’s image and ensure the smooth entry of workers into the Republic of Korea.
It is emphasized that individuals found carrying prohibited items to South Korea may face fines ranging from 3 million to 5 million won and could also be subject to a ban on entering the country. — TWA/TKO

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